7:00 PM Today
Peter Sculthorpe (1929-2014)
Australia's best known composer Peter Sculthorpe died recently at the age of 85. His music was shaped by his love of the Australian landscape and its people. In this 2-part interview recorded for his 80th birthday, Sculthorpe illustrates to Stephen Adams the many and varied influences evident in his own music
(1) Early inspirations (ABC)
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Twang!! ( 59′ 20″ )
Lionel Bart's 1965 musical was a spectacular flop (RNZ).
From Appointment on 18 Sep 2014
Claire Cowan ( 52′ 42″ )
Claire Cowan, composer, collaborator and director of the Blackbird Ensemble talks with Kenneth Young (RNZ).
From Appointment on 17 Sep 2014
Appointment for 11 September 2014 - Sara Brodie ( 58′ 43″ )
Theatre, stage and opera director Sara Brodie talks with Christine Argyle.
From Appointment on 11 Sep 2014
Judith Weir ( 58′ 17″ )
Master of the Queen's Music Judith Weir talks about her compositions with Charlotte Wilson (RNZ)
From Appointment on 10 Sep 2014
Jeremy Woodside ( 58′ 30″ )
Christchurch organist Jeremy Woodside is currently based at Wells Cathedral in the UK, & soon moves to a new appointment at Westminster Abbey. He talks with Margaret Ogilvie (RNZ).
From Appointment on 04 Sep 2014
Ode to the Organ ( 52′ 58″ )
Eitan Cornfield from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation takes a good look at the pipe organ (CBC).
From Appointment on 03 Sep 2014
Introducing Willie Manson ( 35′ 58″ )
Willie Manson was a young NZer killed on the Somme in 1916. The songs and story of a lost composer is presented by Peter Downes (RNZ).
From Appointment on 28 Aug 2014